Re: Midas Herritage consoles
H2000 has group assignments via hard switches, not automatable soft switches. The 2000 was designed as a foh only desk. 1000 was for minimal aux situations, and the 3000 was a monitor/foh desk. Then the 4000 came out designed as a monitor desk, right as the digital desks started to be accepted.
I might have been drunk talking to a system tech, but I think I was told there were only 8 heritage 4000s in the us.
I thought all of the heritage desks had the same mic/line amp and eq.
Heritage 1000 does have a/b mic inputs. No idea why, I've never heard of them being used. I have been known to accidentally hit the a/b button thinking it was the polarity reverse... Haha